Samuel Dentu, Deputy Main Govt Officer in demand of Operations & Finance at the Ghana Export and Marketing Authority (GEPA), has suggested wood crafters and cane weavers to take gain of social media to market place their merchandise.
He noted that employing Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and other on the web platforms would give them a bigger market place to advertise and offer their goods and enable them continue to be in business, primarily through this pandemic.
He indicated that because of to the protocols instituted against the spread of Covid-19, corporations would be far better promoted on social media, stressing that it would remedy the situation of minimal patronage of their products and solutions in these irregular instances.
Mr Dentu gave the assistance when the Authority donated Individual Protective Equipments (PPEs) well worth hundreds of cedis to the Wooden Craft and Cane Weavers Association (WCCA) in Takoradi.
The items consist of a person hundred and fifty-five bottles of hand sanitizers, a single hundred and fifty-five deal with masks, 8 Veronica buckets collectively with basins, liquid cleaning soap, tissue paper, and trash bins.
In accordance to him, the motion was to support the reduction of neighborhood distribute.
The Deputy CEO stressed that it was critical to adapt and continue to strive in these tough instances, stressing that the Authority was completely ready to give them the instruction necessary to guide them to endorse and offer their products and solutions on the internet.
Meanwhile, in an interview with the Chairman of WCCA, Mr Tony Tetteh Blankson complained about the small patronage of their items.
He pointed out that they have set in place all the security protocols and urged the basic general public to patronize their items and companies to empower them to continue to be in business enterprise.